Russia is a transcontinental country spanning Eastern Europe and Northern Asia. Once the preeminent republic of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (U.S.S.R.; commonly known as the Soviet Union), Russia became an independent country after the dissolution of the Soviet Union in December 1991.
Russia is a place that is known for exemplifications. By a wide margin the world’s biggest country, it covers almost double the area of Canada, the second biggest.
It reaches out across the whole of northern Asia and the eastern third of Europe, traversing 11-time regions and fusing an extraordinary scope of conditions and landforms, from deserts to semiarid steppes to profound woodlands and Arctic tundra.
Russia contains Europe’s longest waterway, the Volga, and its biggest lake, Ladoga.
Russia likewise is home to the world’s most profound lake, Baikal, and the nation recorded the world’s least temperature outside the North and South poles.
What is the Population of Russia?
According to Google and World Bank Development Indicators, Russia, the largest country in the world, had a population of 142.8 million according to the 2010 census, which rose to 145.5 million on the 1st of January 2022.
It is recognized as the most populous country in Europe, and the ninth-most populous country in the world; with a population density of 9 inhabitants per square kilometre (23 per square mile).
The overall life expectancy in Russia at birth is 73.2 years (68.2 years for males and 78.0 years for females).